Kernel problems with Seafile server


#1

Hello guys,

I have a problem with my seafile server.
I installed and configured my seafile server according following tutorials by @saljut7:


I installed the server on my Raspberry Pi 2 B V1.1 on a Toshiba microSDHC card 32gb, 30MB/s.
Everything worked fine for a few weeks. Then I had no connection to my server anymore.

When I put the server on my TV with HDMI the booting process stopped suddenly.
In the picture I attached you can see the las entry of the booting process.
Here it stopped booting. I do not changed anything on the server or in the network.

Maybe someone is knowing this issue and can help me. Thank you for your help.

Greetings,
Ameisentier


#2

Unknown block sounds like a hardware issue to me.

Install clean on another SD card and restore your repo and database from the backups you maintain.


#3

Thank you for your fast help.
A new installation on a different sd card was on my list too.
If no one had an other idea I will do this next week.


#4

According to https://github.com/raspberrypi/noobs/issues/167 you could try:

If you’re getting the error using standalone Raspbian, then perhaps your
root partition has become corrupt somehow. You could try inserting your
SD card into a desktop / laptop Linux PC, and running e2fsck against
the faulty root partition?


#5

By the way entering dmesg via SSH should print the same messages being displayed on the photo. You can then just copy the text.


#6

I got following information after e2fsck:

ameisentier@netbook:/dev$ sudo e2fsck /dev/sdb
e2fsck 1.42.12 (29-Aug-2014)
e2fsck: Kein Medium gefunden beim Versuch, /dev/sdb zu öffnen

Der Superblock ist unlesbar bzw. beschreibt kein gĂĽltiges ext2/ext3/ext4-
Dateisystem. Wenn das Gerät gültig ist und ein ext2/ext3/ext4-
Dateisystem (kein swap oder ufs usw.) enthält, dann ist der Superblock
beschädigt, und Sie könnten versuchen, e2fsck mit einem anderen Superblock
zu starten:
e2fsck -b 8193 <Gerät>
oder
e2fsck -b 32768 <Gerät>

I also cannot make an image out of the sd card. Linux the process after a few seconds.

ameisentier@netbook:/dev$ sudo pv /dev/sdb | dd of=/home/ameisentier/image
dd: Fehler beim Lesen von „Standardeingabe“: Eingabe-/Ausgabefehler% ETA 1:06:19
138760+0 Datensätze ein
138760+0 Datensätze aus
71045120 Bytes (71 MB) kopiert, 9,98748 s, 7,1 MB/s
pv: /dev/sdb: read-Aufruf fehlgeschlagen: Eingabe-/Ausgabefehler
67,8MiB 0:00:09 [ 6,8MiB/s] [> ] 0%

I thougt I buy a new sd card with more resistance and for server use.

Thank you all for your help. Maybe someone get another idea?


#7

See, I also faced that problem in my device. And I had seen upper instructions which are good for all,